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Ch 6: PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Sample Informational Texts

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Use this chapter on sample informational texts to deepen your understanding of textual analysis for the PARCC ELA - Grade 11 exam. Experienced instructors are available through the system interface to answer your questions as you go along.

PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Sample Informational Texts - Chapter Summary

Get ready for the PARCC ELA - Grade 11 exam by going over the lessons in this chapter. Our instructors will guide you through the analysis of various informational texts in order that you may more fully understand the process and apply the methods and ideas to your own reading. Topics covered in this chapter:

  • The Declaration of Independence
  • Walden by Henry David Thoreau
  • The books and background of H.L. Mencken

Our lessons are always available for your study and review. Videos come with written lesson transcripts to enhance your understanding of the material. Also employed are topic-searchable video timelines that enable you to more efficiently review. Finally, lesson quizzes and the practice exam will help you face the kinds of questions you are likely to find on the real assessment.

PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Sample Informational Texts Chapter Objectives

The PARCC ELA - Grade 11 exam is used annually by several participating states to measure the achievement of Common Core State Standards in English language arts by 11th-grade students. This chapter is relevant to portions of the test that deal with the analysis and understanding of informational texts. The computer-based exam is given in three sessions: Unit 1 - Literary Analysis, 110 minutes; Unit 2 - Research Simulation, 110 minutes; and Unit 3 - Narrative Writing, 90 minutes. The questions are presented in a few formats: multiple-choice, written response, and interactive or technology-enhanced.

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